MONTREAL — The federal government spent $20 million on a smartphone application designed to alert users to possible COVID-19 exposures, and new data obtained by The Canadian Press shows the results didn’t live up to expectations.
WINNIPEG — Bell has powered up its 5G wireless network to include two additional Manitoba communities.
Xplornet has acquired 160 wireless communications towers in an effort to deploy its 5G broadband network to rural Manitoba.
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government has partnered with Xplornet Communications to expand high-speed, broadband Internet and cell phone services in the province.
Telus is powering up its ultra-fast 5G network to 12 more Manitoba communities.
Rogers Communications Inc. said it could be hours before it fixes a massive wireless outage it says was caused by a software update from Ericsson.
WINNIPEG — Manitoba Opposition New Democrats are promising to create a Crown corporation to improve internet and cellular service in northern and rural areas, if they win the next election in 2023.
TORONTO — Canadians dramatically altered their behaviour by permanently reducing their interactions with others even as they began moving around more during the pandemic, a new study of cellphone data suggests.
A smartphone app that notifies users of potential exposure to COVID-19 is now available in Manitoba.
Winnipeg police have arrested a man after he allegedly placed 47 fraudulent calls to 911 over a nearly two-year period.
OTTAWA — Answering criticism that the federal “COVID Alert” app only works on newer smartphones, Dr. Theresa Tam says it’s one of many tools in fighting the novel coronavirus.
OTTAWA — Canadians can now begin downloading a voluntary smartphone app meant to warn users they’ve been near someone who tests positive for COVID-19.